From: Jan de Koning (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 04 2003 - 17:17:53 EST
At 04:53 PM 04/02/2003 -0500, David C. wrote, and I delete some:
> For example, European Y chromosomes are common in some native
> populations. Finally, there is always a question of how to analyze the
> data. From my experience working with bivalve DNA, adding another sample
> or gene or changing the analytical technique a bit almost always gives
> slightly different results, though the big picture is f!
>airly stable (if it is resolved in the first place).
I once read, I don't remember where, that in Southern (?) Africa somewhere
a tribe was found, which had the special blood (chromosome) signs of the
biblical tribe of Levi.
Does anyone know about it? And is it true? The people there were black.
Jan de Koning
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